A Second StartJune 2016
The Danish filmmaker discusses refugee children in Denmark, the safety of schools, and the quiet power of the observer.
Andrea Maurer: Dear Sun, Please Shine On UsMay 2016
Tracking the ongoing tragedies of Idomeni.
Laura Kasinof: The Violence Was Once MineApril 2016
A journalist confronts her feeling of helplessness in watching a war from afar
Erica Berry: Postcards from MunichFebruary 2016
On the front lines of Europe’s immigration crisis
Elettra Pauletto: How knowledge of international affairs can help survivors of tortureJanuary 2016
Doctors at Bellevue run specialized relief programs for asylum seekers that are survivors of torture.
Be Like WaterDecember 2015
Boundaries of Nations: The Nonviolent State of Iraq and Syria. The Republic-in-Motion of Lovers Not Fighters. The Government-in-Exile of People Who Just Want to Go to School.
He led her away, down one tunnel, then another. He took her through a passage where the bones were piled so high they had to wriggle over them on their bellies.
Stephen Engelberg: The Painting That Saved my Family from the HolocaustNovember 2015
A group of German journalists track the painting that saved a family
Gabriella Ekman: Does Europe Really Have a Refugee Crisis?October 2015
Europe has the capacity to receive refugees, they just don't want to.
Matt Huynh: Drawing Between the LinesOctober 2015
Occupy Wall Street artist pens interactive online comic about Vietnamese refugees
Manash Bhattacharjee: And Quiet Flows the KopiliSeptember 2015
Violence and citizenship in Assam, as experienced by its forgotten
Inside / OutsideMarch 2015
Boundaries of Gender: The artist discusses refugee trauma, female oppression, and her new show, How Iraqi Are You?
Fathers of RevolutionMay 2014
How much more must Syrians pay for their uprising against the Assad government?
Francisco Cantú: Refuge, Part IIIOctober 2013
Part 3, Withdrawal: How a system of neglect endangered the lives of asylum seekers in the Netherlands.